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Should social media be allowed to collect data from it’s users

For this assignment, your goal is to share your position and "join the conversation" on the topic you have been researching all quarter by preparing your writing for print or online publication.  Readers of commentaries want to grasp the issue you are presenting and understand your angle right away.  You must make your point quickly and memorably, with an ultimate goal of convincing readers to agree with you, act in some way, and/or change their minds
Choose a publication to which you will write your commentary from the specified list of options: Teen Vogue
Determine the style, tone, level of formality, etc. that is typical for that publication.
Analyze the target audience for the publication, and consider how their needs dictate the writing choices you will make.
Write a Commentary Article between 700 - 1000 words using the same topic you've been researching all quarter

only daughter

part 1:Explain the difference between "only daughter" and "only a daughter" in this essay.  Is there anything here that resonates with your experience either as a daughter, or as the brother of an only daughter in the family?  If you're a man, and have no sisters, how would this essay speak to you?  Does it still carry some sort of echo for you?  What kind of feeling does that evoke?
How does being "an only daughter in a family of six sons" end up creating a sense of loneliness and aloneness in Sandra Cisneros?  What positive things came as a result of that loneliness?
What expectations did her father have for her, and how did she thwart those expectations?
When writers use specific sensory and descriptive words and phrases (conveying sensations of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell through their words), it's known as imagery.  What vivid sensory images does she use to allow us to picture the fathers room in our minds. Why does she use these spe

Discussion

no work cited page necessary

After reading these 3 selections attached below, list and discuss as many similarities as you observe between Kings speech and Lincolns Gettysburg Address. Also discuss how King is perhaps talking back to the Declaration of Independence. As you note the connections between texts, consider why it is important to do so why make connections???

Discussion

no work cited page necessary

After reading these 3 selections attached below, list and discuss as many similarities as you observe between Kings speech and Lincolns Gettysburg Address. Also discuss how King is perhaps talking back to the Declaration of Independence. As you note the connections between texts, consider why it is important to do so why make connections???

Watching a video and writing a short paragraph about it

After watching Alfred Hitchcock's version of the story, write a short paragraph focusing on how Hitchcock portrays the characters of Mary and her husband. Was this portrayal similar to the way you perceived the characters as you read the story? How was the portrayal similar or different to your view? Did watching the film change your interpretation of the story? Do you sympathize with Mary more or less? Explain why or why not.

https://www.schooltube.com/media/t/1_v65xhi8f

leadership

Write a short paper (2 pages plus a cover page and reference page) on any three characteristics that you think are important for a good leader.

State the three characteristics in your introduction, tell me why you think this is important, and give an example in context.

Quote at least two resources.  Please use APA style with a cover page and a reference page, double-spaced.  In a word document, please.

Argument Analysis Essay

Please write an analysis of ONE of the following:

Go Ahead, Speak for Yourself by Kwame Anthony Appiah (pgs. 114-115)
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/10/opinion/sunday/speak-for-yourself.html

How Do You Explain the 'Obvious' by Nausicaa Renner (pgs. 117-119)
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/21/magazine/how-do-you-explain-the-obvious.html

The Checklist for Analyzing a Text will be extremely helpful to you as you develop your analysis. You are welcome to do outside research, whether for context or other responses to the text; however, this is neither required nor necessary to complete this task effectively.

Essentially, you are writing a rhetorical analysis, which should include:

A solid summary of the text: what it is saying, what it is arguing, and why that is important
Identification of the authors thesis, intended audience, message, purpose, and rhetorical methods used
A clear thesis: Your judgment regarding the effectiveness of the text

M8.2 Discussion: Oral Communication – Final Project Presentation GECC

M8.2 Discussion: Oral Communication - Final Project Presentation GECC




At the end of last week, you submitted the culmination of 7 weeks of thinking, research, and writing. You should be proud of what youve accomplished! This week, youll get the chance to share your Final Project with your peers in a short "elevator pitch" video presentation.

An elevator pitch is a very short synopsis of your topic, something that could convince an audience during an elevator ride. To create one, youll need to think about the most important points of your argument to get across to your audience, and remember that your audience has not done the same amount of reading on your topic as you have over the last 7 weeks, so youll need to make sure your explanations make sense to a non-expert.

Begin by reading page 8.10 in your webtext and looking back at your final project and reflecting on its most important points.

Discussion Instructions
Initial post: Then, by Th

fight for independence

https://guides.lib.jjay.cuny.edu/c.php?g=288395&p=1922291

1. Write a positive essay about one of the key individuals of the Revolution: Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Swamp Fox, Betsy Ross, etc. Here's a list of many  of those for you to consider: https://guides.lib.jjay.cuny.edu/c.php?g=288395&p=1922291 (Links to an external site.) You must have three reliable sources (books or journals, no Wikipedia). Except for books, I expect you to use journals from the Delta data bases.  http://www.ladelta.edu/Default.aspx?PageID=16357912&A=SearchResult&SearchID=15227360&ObjectID=16357912&ObjectType=1 (Links to an external site.)  If you need help doing this, see or email our librarian. Do not wait until the last minute to seek help.  Here are what should be covered in each of the five paragraphs:

a.First paragraph: Introduce your individual with a three-point thesis arguing something about that individual.  D

Octavio Paz

Octavio Paz is credited with being one of the leading intellectuals of "mexicanidad."  In the three poems you have read, how do you see Paz's exploration of his Mexican identity?  Is there something universal in the poems that speaks to you and your own sense of identity (even if you are not Mexican)?  Why or why not are these poems personally resonant to you.

Background information on Octavio Paz

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/octavio-paz

Text of Poem #1 "Proem"

https://poets.org/poem/proem

Text of Poem #2 "The Street"

https://allpoetry.com/The--Street-

Text of Poem #3 "Dawn"

https://allpoetry.com/poem/13578062-Dawn-by-Octavio-Paz